Adult Discipleship is an important part of the spiritual growth of adults at LAC.


Join us each Sunday to study together. ADC is designed using the Know, Grow, Show, and Go model of discipleship.


KNOW  Christ
GROW In Christ
SHOW Christ in everyday life
GO Out to share Christ with the world


Students of all life stages gather to dig into the Word of God and grow in His likeness. Join us in the journey as we grow together in Christ.


For more information about our ADC offerings, click HERE to email Pastor Joe Burchill. 


    Sunday, May 1-June 26 at 9:00AM | Classes will not meet on June 19

Prayer In Action - Each Sunday morning, there will be a prayer gathering at the 9AM hour. Participants will learn more about prayer and will be spending time in specific prayer for the services.  This will be a unique gathering format.  Prayer times will be focusing on the speaker of the day, the work of the Holy Spirit in the services, and joining together to enter into  worshipful prayer. Led by Michael & Kimberly Lapham. Location | D3

When Life Is Hard - Gold must be melted so that impurities can rise to the surface and be removed. God uses a refining method to purify believers, and it starts in the crucible of suffering. This Bible study is anchored in the scriptural truth that God uses trials to train us for good and for His purposes. You will learn to respond to trials by submitting to God’s work in your life and seeking to glorify Him. You will also learn how to tap into  spiritual resources God provides to help you face your trials. Class will be 8 sessions. Led by Pastor Joe Burchill. Location | D1

Grief Share - Shirley Hoke continues to lead our Grief Share class as participants walk through and share the losses in their lives The group provides help and encouragement after the death of a spouse, child, family member, or friend. You are welcome to begin attending at any point. Each week will include a different aspect of grief and how to walk the journey after suffering a loss. Each session is self-contained. Location C3.

Micah - What Does the Lord Require Of You? - The Book of Micah is as relevant today as it was when it was  written almost 3000 years ago. Micah’s world had turned its back on God under evil kings, but there were also glimmers of prosperity with a return to God under faithful ones. Often, these returns to faith were led by prophets, and Micah was one of them. God then as now, wants His people to return to Him. In seven short chapters, Micah presents a true picture of God, the almighty Lord who hates sin and loves the sinner. Join us as we read Micah. Led by Kent Brusstar. Location C2. This class will begin on Sunday, May 8. 




Where Do We Go from Here?: How Tomorrow's Prophecies Foreshadow Today's Problems by Dr. David Jeremiah

Sharing how prophecies and wisdom from centuries ago still speak the truth today and point the way forward for tomorrow. Whether one is new to biblical prophecy or a longtime student of the Bible, this timely message will encourage and recalibrate us to the mission of God in our daily lives. Journey with Dr. Jeremiah back to the Bible to find out, Where Do We Go from Here?

  •           Cultural Prophecy: Socialism
  •           Biological Prophecy: Pandemic
  •           Financial Prophecy: Economic Crisis
  •           Political Prophecy: Cancel Culture
  •           Geographical Prophecy: Jerusalem

And how these all lead to the Final Prophecy—the Triumph of the Gospel. The day of Christ's return is coming. We haven't long to wait. But until then, we need to understand what the age requires—and we need to do what the Lord commands. This class begins on Sunday, July 3. Location | Room D1 

Summer Family Sunday School - Unique, special, engaging, fun, and making a family impact!  Summer Family  Sunday School is intended for the entire family to participate in together. The class is designed for students in kindergarten through grade 12 accompanied by at least one adult family member, but all are welcome –  from toddlers to grandparents. Parents or a parental representative and their children will learn together:

  • About God's mission for His people (the biblical basis for missions).
  • How the church has responded in the past (God’s kingdom activity in history).
  • Where we are today in completing the Great Commission (our response begins with praying).

The class will feature interactive lessons, activities, crafts and unique types of learning as we share God's heart for all nations and His call for all to be deeply involved in reaching the world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the message of hope and salvation.  

Hosts, Kerry and Richard are experienced teachers and leaders who have helped young and old connect with the reality that we are all created in God’s image, loved deeply and forever by Him, and blessed by Him to be a blessing to others. Their life and ministry experiences over the last thirty years while homeschooling their own four (now adult) children bring many relevant examples of working together as a family, and they are looking forward to working with your family as well.  Plan to be a part of this exciting experience. 

Led by Richard & Kerry Broadley.  Location | Downstairs, Room LL1 to begin each session and then break out into small groups. This class begins on Sunday, June 26.